Chris Cornell posts new video

2011-09-28 by Dr Dave De Sylvia STAFF | 17 Comments
Chris Cornell has posted the video for his new single, 'The Keeper,' on Yahoo! Music.

'The Keeper' is taken from the Soundgarden frontman's forthcoming live album, Songbook, which is scheduled for release on November 21.

http://new.music.yahoo.com/Chris-Cornell/videos/view/The-Keeper--221578551

Songbook tracklist:

1. As Hope and Promise Fade
2. Scar On The Sky
3. Call Me A Dog
4. Ground Zero
5. Can't Change Me
6. I Am The Highway
7. Thank You (Led Zeppelin)
8. Cleaning My Gun
9. Wide Awake
10. Fell On Black Days
11. All Night Thing
12. Doesn't Remind Me
13. Like A Stone
14. Black Hole Sun
15. Imagine (John Lennon)
16. The Keeper

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fish.
September 28th 2011
22440 Comments


I would've thought the soundgarden reunion would have killed his solo career off..

fish.
September 28th 2011
22440 Comments


I would've thought the soundgarden reunion would have killed his solo career off..

WashboardSuds
September 28th 2011
5077 Comments


never liked his solo stuff

LepreCon
September 28th 2011
4828 Comments


Better than the entirety of Scream, not that that would have been too difficult an accomplishment

Cipieron
September 28th 2011
3508 Comments


might pick this up, i did like his first two solo albums

AliW1993
Contributing Reviewer
September 28th 2011
7508 Comments


No Scream songs on the tracklist.

It's no use pretending it didn't happen Chris, we remember...

Cipieron
September 28th 2011
3508 Comments


ground zero is from scream

AliW1993
Contributing Reviewer
September 28th 2011
7508 Comments


Shit I missed that, it's a stain on an otherwise respectable tracklist

Cipieron
September 28th 2011
3508 Comments


as an acoustic song i bet it sounds better. and the rock versions he did for a couple of the scream songs made them tons better.

AliW1993
Contributing Reviewer
September 28th 2011
7508 Comments


Tbf some of the actual songs on Scream weren't that dreadful, but they were so horribly overproduced and processed that those redeeming features were masked

Activista anti-MTV
September 29th 2011
3150 Comments


Nice!

seifer
September 29th 2011
1006 Comments


great another solo album

Activista anti-MTV
September 29th 2011
3150 Comments


It's tough for me to fault an artist for making music, especially considering that many of his contemporaries aren't.

The7thVermicide
September 29th 2011
925 Comments


Better than every song of scream ,is enjoyable but nothing special .

Titan50
September 30th 2011
4588 Comments


15. Imagine (John Lennon)


what

EpsilonJSTC
October 1st 2011
247 Comments


Is anything even happening with Soundgarden? They reunited and played a few shows, but I haven't heard anything on them since February.

Cipieron
October 2nd 2011
3508 Comments


@titan50

if it's anything like he played it on conan.. whenever that was... it'll be awesome



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